With Andrea and the shortwave trailing her now, we have a comfortable night underway with the humidity somewhat lower thanks to some weak downsloping. High pressure will continue to drift through the area overnight and through the first part of tomorrow. Dewpoints will be on the rise by midday tomorrow into the mid 60s. A pop-up shower or thunderstorm is not out of the question tomorrow with higher chances west of the I-95 corridor.

Warm advection tomorrow night, ahead of the next storm system approaching, could bring a period of stormy weather. Models show it warm, humid and unstable as this feature arrives later Monday. A locally severe storm with heavy downpours will be a concern Monday afternoon as that is expected to be the wettest time period through Monday evening.

Most models are dry for our area Tuesday, but with a possible front nearby, we can’t discount a lingering shower or two. #mdwx


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